15.4% for grease and 11.2% for portugal. if you take a look at italy and spain -- italy is another country that people are worried about. these yields, as you can see, are very, very different. this is where the cut-off point comes. it's the sort of magic number, if you like, that analysts and economists say is the cut-off point beyond which these countries will find it difficult to access the markets, the financing. it's 7.0% as you can see. i apologize for my bad handwriting here. 7.0%. it's one of the reasons why countries like greece, for instance, thood go to the imf and ecb for funding and needed bailouts. now, the other things that the markets have to look at is what's called the spread. this is the difference between the least risky euro-zone debt, which is obviously germany, a country which is the euro-zone's largest economy, plenty of cash in the bank.